And he said unto them, Let us go into the next towns, that I may preach there also:  Mark 1:38
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Downtown Caribou, over 2100 packets DONE on January 5 & February 2. 2013 Caribou - over 1100 packets were delivered on January 5th. The rest were delivered in Caribou on Saturday, February 2nd, 2013.  The packets include John & Romans, the Tract, “Where will you spend Eternity?”, another tract “The Blood” and the 3rd tract, Unquenchable Fire.” Below are pictures of packets being put together for Caribou, which was just done recently.                                      Over 2100 out of 3559 households in Caribou received our packets with John and Romans in January & February. Seven of us spent six hours to delivering packets in the northern half of downtown Caribou on January 5th, and 10 of us spent 5 hours on February 2nd to do the rest of the downtown Caribou. Over 2,100 packets were delivered. The Weather on February 5th while we were there in Caribou walking the streets was in the single didgets with Sun and Clouds.
Over 2000 packets were put together in December and January at New Life Baptist Church by church members for delivery on January 5th & February 2nd in Caribou.
Thank   You!!!    Bearing   Precious   Seed   of   Lansing,   Michigan,   (a   ministry   of   Parker   Memorial   Baptist Church,   Dr.   D.L.   Green,   is   the   good   Pastor)   and   Director   of   the   Lansing   Bearing   Precious   Seed   ministry,   Bro. Dennis   Deneau,   for   providing   us   with   thousands   of   John   &   Romans,      and   to   Bro,   Jerry   Walsh   and   Calvary Hill   Baptist   Press   in   South   Carolina   for   providing   us   with   5000   tracts   for   Caribou.      The   first   shipment included 2500 each of  their tracts “ Unquenchable Fire ” and “ The Blood  to give to the people of Maine.
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Over 1100 packets were delivered on January 5th and another 1000 on February 2nd to finish downtown Caribou. Tben we visited High Street Baptist Church with Pastor Charlie Campbell afterwards.